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  1. mouth

    • n.
      the opening in the lower part of the human face, surrounded by the lips, through which food is taken in and from which speech and other sounds are emitted;the opening through which an animal takes in food, corresponding to the human mouth
    • v.
      say (something dull or unoriginal), especially in a pompous or affected way;utter very clearly and distinctly
    • verb: mouth, 3rd person present: mouths, gerund or present participle: mouthing, past tense: mouthed, past participle: mouthed

    • noun: mouth, plural noun: mouths

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    • 1. say (something dull or unoriginal), especially in a pompous or affected way this clergyman mouths platitudes in breathy, soothing tones
    • utter very clearly and distinctly she would carefully mouth the right pronunciation
    • move the lips as if saying (something) or in a grimace she mouthed a silent farewell “Come on,” he mouthed
    • 2. take in or touch with the mouth puppies may mouth each other's collars during play
    • train the mouth of (a horse) so that it responds to a bit.